September 18, 2019

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Travis Kline Elected Co-Vice Chair of Programs for the ABA SEER's Science and Technology Committee

Travis Kline, MEM (Washington, D.C.) was elected Co-Vice Chair of Programs for the Science and Technology Committee of the American Bar Association's (ABA) Section of Environment, Energy, and Resources (SEER).

Travis will hold the position from September 2019 to August 2020. He will be responsible for assisting with program development and the completion of committee reports, developing and delivering educational programs, and collaborating with other ABA and non-ABA entities. Travis was nominated for the position by 2018-2019 SEER Chair, Amy Edwards, Holland & Knight.

Travis is a Senior Principal Toxicologist based in Washington D.C. with more than 25 years of experience focused on human health risk assessment and applied toxicology. He is currently drafting a four-part series on per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances compound exposure and assessment for the ABA's Science and Technology Committee. Travis has previously presented at ABA SEER events on various technical topics, including environmental remediation of PFAS compounds, risk-based cost allocation, and hydraulic fracking exposure risks. He has also taught a Continuing Education Course on the risk factors in cost allocation for the ABA.

ABA SEER is a forum for environmental, energy, and resources lawyers: a meeting place where practitioners can find the most current and sophisticated analyses of the complicated issues facing their practice.

The ABA's mission is to serve equally its members, its profession, and the public by defending liberty and delivering justice as the national representative of the legal profession. The ABA is committed to advancing the rule of law across the U.S. and beyond by providing practical resources for legal professionals, law school accreditation, model ethics codes, and more.

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